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Weed eatersLewiston Morning TribuneAccording to the Idaho Department of Agriculture, 67 species of noxious weeds have been designated by state law. They are plants that are not native to Idaho and do more harm than good to the environment. Noxious and invasive plants...read more
Little's hit job exposes Ahlquist's good characterLewiston Morning TribuneIdaho and its four electoral votes were in the bag for the Republican, any Republican, even if that meant Trump. But Little is betting Ahlquist's political apostasy in November 2016 - along with...read more
April 22 Letters to the Editor, Part 2Lewiston Morning Tribune... Labrador favors you spending more than $20 million per year subsidizing grain barges on the lower Snake River. He confuses dam capacity with actual production, claiming the LSR dams produce more than...read more
Redevelopment spreads in downtown OmahaIdaho StatesmanAfter renovation, the property will house the ownership group's companies: Grain & Mortar and Vincent Outfitting Co. OutrSpaces, a nonprofit that provides space for artists to rehearse and perform, about a...read more
Idaho StatesmanLibrary of Congress brings America to life in LA photo showIdaho StatesmanIf a picture tells a thousand words, the Library of Congress is bringing 440,000 of them to Los Angeles with a free-wheeling photo exhibition that seeks to define America's...read more
Idaho StatesmanAmericans told to toss romaine lettuce over E. coli fearsIdaho Statesman... personally." Growers in Yuma typically plant romaine lettuce between September and January. During the peak of the harvest season, which runs from mid-November until the...read more
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